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Freshwater Fish in Ontario's Boreal - Status, Conservation and Potential Impacts of Development
Author(s): David R. Browne
Year: 2007
Description/Abstract: Freshwater ecosystems are among the most threatened ecosystems on the planet. Physical alteration, water withdrawal, overexploitation, pollution, and the introduction of non-native species have caused widespread habitat loss, degradation in water quality, declines in the abundance of aquatic animals, and biodiversity loss. More than 20 percent of the world’s 10,000 freshwater fish species have become threatened, endangered or extinct in recent decades.
Journal/Source: WCS Canada Working Paper
Publisher: WCS Canada
Full Citation: Browne, D.R. 2007. Freshwater Fish in Ontario's Boreal: Status, Conservation and Potential Impacts of Development. WCS Canada Conservation Report No. 2.
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